“Sweet as Snow” Crochet Baby Blanket Tutorial – Free Crochet Pattern

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The finished blanket size measures 38″ x 38″.

Materials:

This pattern uses yarn weight 3 (light).  Use your preferred brand of yarns or see below for the exact look from the photos.

Instructions:

Step 1: Make the blanket body.

Chain 139
Row 1: [2dc, ch1, 2dc] in 5th ch from hook. *Skip 3ch, [2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next ch; rep frpm * to last 2ch, skip 1ch, 1 dc in last ch, turn.
Row 2: Ch3, skip 3dc *[2dc, ch1, 2dc] in ch-1 space, skip next 4dc; rep from * to last 2dc, skip last 2dc. 1dc in last st, turn.
Row 3+: Repeat Row 2 instructions, row after row, until blanket body is an approximate square. (Approximately 36” by 36”)

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(crochet stitch sample)

Step 2: Crochet Edgings
At end of last row, do not tie off. You will now be working around the entire blanket. (Row 1 is all double crochets, which holds the ribbon. Row 2 is all scallops.)
Row 1: Ch 3.

• Side 1: Working down the left side of the blanket, 3 dc into each dc from each row. At the last dc, 5 dc to form a corner.

• Side 2: Working across the bottom of the blanket, 1 dc in each stitch. At the last st, 3 dc to form a corner.

• Side 3: Working up the right side of the blanket, 3 dc into each dc from each row. At the last dc, 5 dc to form a corner.

• Side 4: Working across the top of the blanket, 1 dc in each st. At the last st, 2 extra dc to form corner. Do not tie off. Continue to make scalloped edgings.
Row 2: 1 sc, *Sk 2 sts, 5 dc in next st, sk 2 sts, sl st into next st* Rep all around blanket. For corner scallops, only skip 1 st, instead of 2, then continue normally. Join with sl st to beg sc.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

Step 3: Attach Ribbon
Use ribbon size 3/8” in your preferred color. Length is approximately 41⁄2 yards.  Ribbon is inserted into Row 1 edgings. Start from one corner, weave in ribbon through every 5th dc all around blanket. Tie a pretty bow where ends meet.

You’re finished! 😊✨

Click here to see more photos of this pretty crochet baby blanket!  I really hope you enjoyed this pattern!  Let me know how yours turns out!

Happy stitching!

Susie

Have you tried this pattern?  Let me know what you think!

  • Joyce - Love this patternSeptember 21, 2017 – 2:52 pmReplyCancel

  • Julia Barry - Thank you for sharing! Beautiful work.September 5, 2017 – 9:00 amReplyCancel

  • Deanna - Beautiful and it’s super easy stitches! Thanks for sharing! I have 2 new grandbabies coming, a girl in the next couple weeks and a boy Halloween baby! I’ve been very busy crocheting for them! This one, I’m definitely doing super quick, that’s what I need now. Thanks again! I’ll put pics up when I finish the one I’m working now. I’ll probably do white also, it’s lovely in white then I can choose a girl or boy color ribbon for either of them!August 31, 2017 – 7:07 pmReplyCancel

    • Susie - Hi Deanna, congratulations on the two additional members of your growing family! Can’t wait to see the finished blanket you’re working on!September 1, 2017 – 12:36 pmReplyCancel

  • Maureen - Looks like a doable blanket to crochet….will be my first blanket to crochet…. Going to try… thanks for sharing the pattern.

    MaureenAugust 13, 2017 – 3:17 amReplyCancel

    • Susie - Hi Maureen, you’re welcome! Best of luck! Would love to see your finished blanket!August 13, 2017 – 10:54 amReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Just finished this gorgeous blanket. Made it in pink using Sirdar Hayfield baby bonus dk. I did use a 1/2 size bigger hook for my foundation chain but only because I can never get the tension right. It took me about 2 weeks doing about hour and a half every night. Thanks for sharing the pattern!August 6, 2017 – 12:53 pmReplyCancel

    • Susie - Hi Sarah, I know what you mean about the tension in the foundation. Using a bigger hook is such a great idea! Happy you enjoyed the pattern! 😊✨August 8, 2017 – 10:28 pmReplyCancel

  • Linda Waterman - Like the patterns you have shared. Thank you so much.July 23, 2017 – 6:20 amReplyCancel

    • Susie - You’re so welcome! Thanks for visiting today! 🤗July 24, 2017 – 4:48 pmReplyCancel

  • sblackburn1946@hotmail.com - Looks like a beautiful blanket.. Gonna tryJune 25, 2017 – 7:04 pmReplyCancel

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